Date: Friday, Nov 20th, 2015

Time: 7:00 pm


Location: Stuart’s Opera House

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Daughter of the Moon is a dream/soul/folk songstress living on the Traditional Coast Salish Territory (a.k.a Vancouver, B.C). She shares the deeper ethereal pieces of herself through song and her performance of voice & guitar have been described as haunting, yet healing. Her songs often share stories of women, the 2SLGBTQ+ community and the natural world of non-human beings. She creates with the hope of reconnecting to her own roots and inner truths – and perhaps inspiring others to do so as well.

A wild songstress, Natalie has performed in India on the banks of the Ganges, song-written on the beaches of Central America and Hawaii and has toured with her albums across Canada twice from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland and back. Her albums “Daughter Of the Moon” & “Sweetness In the Shadows” are both available on all music platforms and her next one is due for release in 2021.

After playing a set at the Blessed Coast Music Festival in B.C, Natalie (Daughter Of the Moon) recalled a close friend remarking she was “like the daughter of the moon” while she danced barefoot in the grass. She decided to shed her original name in honour of this upcoming new sound and collection of songs, presenting herself as “Daughter of the Moon”.

Under her previous artist name, “Natalie Ramsay”, she released her first ever solo album “Alien” (2007) and self-produced and recorded her 2nd solo album, “Fly To Home” in 2014. During that time between she collaborated in different bands and duo projects (Prairie Jewel, Little Darjeeling, Hymalayan & We Are Water).

Natalie also loves working with filmmakers and most recently created soundtracks for short films, most notably for “Howl” (Jaime Gianopoulos) that screened at the Byron Bay Film Festival in 2017. Her songs have been featured at the Cascadia Music Festival.

Nowadays, you’ll likely find her playing music in Modo Hot Yoga Studios in Vancouver.


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